My whole life I was always playing a sport all year round. When I got to high school I decided to play my favorite of all, basketball. I played and started 3 years of varsity at North Catholic and went on to play 2 years at Manor College until injury set me back. But, from that injury I found what would soon be my one true passion, to help people better their lives. It didn't take long till I found CrossFit. I was in class one day and my teacher said, Sean, you could be really good at this type of training. So after being a little optimistic about 5-10 minute workouts, I committed my self to the life-style of health and wellness. I soon opened my own gym (2010) No Limit Gym after training at a globo gym for a few years. My vision is to inspire people to be better than the day before and get closer and closer to the person they know they can be. #DieStrong
For the past 3 years, I’ve been pushing people outside their comfort zones and challenging them to try things they’ve always avoided. It really is a sense of mutual pride when a member hits that weight they’ve been scared to touch or gets a movement down they’ve been scaling. Thanks to our kickass gym and the trust of our members, I’m so happy to unleash everyone’s inner badass. I’ve been doing Crossfit for 6 years now, and that love isn’t going anywhere.
I grew up playing soccer and hockey from around the age of five. I played all through school, club, and select teams. After school I continued playing recreationally and in men's leagues whenever possible. However, my diet and overall fitness wasn't what it used to be and I eventually sustained a complete ACL tear. This was a catalyst for me to start taking care of myself and I found NLG. The competitive atmosphere and people pushing you to be the best you can be was exactly what I had been missing. It's like you are one big team. I love seeing all the members pushing past their boundaries and reach goals they never thought were possible.
Growing up in Phoenixville, I played competitive basketball. Once I got to college I knew that I wanted a career in the sports world. I graduated from Temple University with my Bachelor’s degree in Exercise sport and science and am pursuing my CSCS. I knew becoming a strength coach would be the career for me. I love being a coach and pushing athletes to help them reach their goals. I emphasize keeping a positive mindset and to always challenge yourself. I love Olympic weightlifting and have always been a die hard 76ers fan. At the end of the day, no matter what your goal is you just have to Trust The Process.
Growing up I was a swimmer and captain of my high school swim team. After high school, I rowed for Iona College then continued when I transferred to Temple U. Post college I found functional training g and fell in love! After a neck injury in 2016 I found myself doubting my passion for training and even considered “retiring” to the Stairmaster. It was through the support of my coaches and gym that I was able to overcome my injury and come back stronger than ever. This sport and community pushes me to be the best version of myself, even on bad days. My goal as a coach is to give members that same energy whether it’s helping them achieve PRs, finding the confidence to bounce back from injury or anything in between!